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    education? School uniforms are one of the most heated debates. School uniforms are not suitable for the cold winter months, the girls who have to wear skirts will be cold. They don’t teach children how to deal with people who are different, they only teach children that in order to get along everyone must be the same. With so much stress about getting good grades and getting everything done on time, we shouldn’t have to deal with the stress of uniform (“I believe”). School uniforms should not be worn

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    Do uniforms really do anything to help or does it make everything worse? So many people are debating on whether uniforms help the students or if its just a waste of money. The question is do uniforms prevent peer pressure or just create more problems? There are some great things about uniforms too. There are also some things that could put students in more danger. Some people like uniforms because everyone is wearing the same thing and can focus and that will improve students academic performance

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    Many industries of work as well as placements over the globe require its masses to dress in uniforms. Starting from huge placements such as courts to small placements such as school, its inhabitants are required to dress appropriately. However, are they necessary? Is the idea of school uniforms outdated? Should they be made mandatory in all public schools? According to me, uniforms should be obligatory because they stop discrimination, they unify the school, and they help students focus more on studying

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    Uniforms vs No Uniforms School uniforms are something that have been around for centuries. According to the article by Michele Meleen, “History of Uniforms” the first uniform ever used was in 1222 in England. The students wore robe-like outfit called a “cappa clausa”. It was not until the sixteenth century that the uniforms were more modern and the students wore cloaks and stockings. As time went on uniforms were mainly used as a way of showing family economic status. If you attended a private school

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    Most dictionaries define the concept of uniform as dress of the same style, materials and color worn by a group. Spencer (2013) says, “A shirt, tie and blazer may not be the ingredients for my favorite outfit, but if I were given the choice, I wouldn't throw away the idea of school uniform. Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for a school and is an important part of being a school student.” Imagine being able to wake up every morning, get out of bed, put on the same thing you

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    mean Uniforms XD Imagine that you wake up in the morning and you have to go to school. You put on the same clothes that you were wearing yesterday and walk to school. You open the door and you see a million people, all wearing the same exact outfit as you. It feels just like yesterday and the day before that. That is what everyday would be like if our school had uniforms. I know that many kids in public schools are against having uniforms in school. I also agree because I think that uniforms are

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    been going on for more than a decade. However, there still hasn’t been a final resolution. The questions “Why do I have to wear the uniform today?” or “Can I wear this t-shirt because the color matches with my school t-shirt?” have become part of our everyday lives. Before we go any further, we have to understand the difference between uniforms and dress codes. A uniform is simply a garment worn that is the same in all cases and at all times. Whereas, a dress code is a set of rules regarding the required

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    School Uniforms Are A No

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    three percent of schools across the United States require a uniform(“Mcdermott”).Should schools require children to wear uniforms?Are uniforms superior or inferior?Many people have a different opinion on this topic.Can uniforms be used for good purposes? Sure, but think about all the cons over pros.Uniforms are a terrible decision for schools for three main reasons: it doesn”t allow students to express themselves properly,the cost of uniforms is very expensive,and many people have said it has helped

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    Pros and Cons of Uniforms for Schools When our forefathers wrote the Declaration of Independence, included in the document was the statement that upon being created equally, we all have certain inalienable rights. These include “…Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” (National Archives and Records Administration, 2014) The Declaration was created in response to an oppressive ruler who wanted to control all aspects of peoples’ lives. School uniforms represent an attempt to control the young

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    Before school uniforms were even thought of children use to wear their regular clothing to school. It did not matter what they wore as long as they got their education. There were even some cases where children wore the same clothing to school each day, because their parents could not afford to buy new ones. However, when school uniforms became known and began to become popular, schools began to turn to them. Schools saw wearing school uniforms as a way that made students dress nice and have a good

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